Historic Site in Mauna Lani Resort Area

Kalahuipuaʻa Historic Trail

The first segment of this easy trail meanders through a 16th-century Hawaiian settlement, passing lava tubes once used as cave shelters and a few other archaeological and geological sites marked by interpretive...

Historic Site in Mauna Lani Resort Area

Puako Petroglyph Preserve

With more than 3000 petroglyphs that date back as far as the 16th century, this preserve is among the largest collections of ancient lava carvings in Hawaii. Scratched into the stone are thousands of stark...

Beach in Mauna Lani Resort Area

Holoholokai Beach Park

Forget about sand and enjoy picnicking and strolling at this pleasantly uncrowded beach, blanketed by chunks of coral and lava. Facilities include restrooms, showers, drinking water, picnic tables and grills. The...

Historic Site in Mauna Lani Resort Area

Kalahuipuaʻa Fishponds

These ancient fishponds are among the island's few remaining working fishponds. As in ancient times, they're stocked with awa (Hawaiian milk fish). Water circulates from the ocean through traditional makaha...

Museum in Mauna Lani Resort Area

Hale ‘I‘ike

Part of the lobby space of the Auberge Mauna Lani resort is taken over by this museum, which showcases a wide range of royal artifacts, shark-tooth weapons and other indigenous artifacts.